What if photoinitiators didn't have to change to be compatible with UV LEDs?

At RadTech UV+EB 2016, we presented a paper that discussed the development of a UV glass optic that is capable of transmitting UVA, B, and C wavelengths from an array with different wavelength UV LEDs. The optic mixes the different wavelengths and produces a single irradiance pattern that has uniform wavelength intensity. 

Based on the UV LEDs used, this irradiance pattern can be designed to replicate the spectral distribution of Hg lamps.

Download the presentation to learn more about this exciting research, which could eliminate the need for you to reformulate photoinitiators for compatibility with UV LED lighting systems.uv_mixing_optic_landingpage_graphic.jpg